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New privacy rights considered by Australian Attorney General in wide-ranging review

The Attorney General has published the terms of reference for a review of Australia’s Privacy Act, following concerns raised by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Digital Platforms Inquiry last year.

Australian citizens would be able to take legal action directly against organisations breaching privacy laws, under a potential change being looked at as part of a long-awaited review of privacy legislation.

Source: New privacy rights considered by Australian Attorney General in wide-ranging review

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